The NBA offseason has become a game of its own. The best and worst NBA free-agent moves are defined by how much closer they bring their teams to an NBA championship, in conjunction with the money figures.
Some contracts are shortsighted. Although they look like good signings initially, they can cripple a franchise down the road.
A few of the usual teams were once again active this offseason. The Brooklyn Nets were in the mix and have been looking to make a splash as they move into their brand new building.
Here is a list of the best and worst free-agent moves this offseason: